IFS Talks is an audio series to deepen connections with the Internal Family Systems Model through conversations with lead trainers, authors, practitioners and users.
You can find it here at this link.
In these audio interviews, we will have the opportunity to draw out aspects of IFS Lead Trainers and skilled presenters to create a user-friendly format for listeners to get to know each trainer or practitioner, their background, in and before IFS. With candid, self-led dialogue, trainers and practitioners can share their specific interests with listeners interested in deepening their inner knowledge and IFS practice.
Cece Sykes, Susan McConnell, Mary Kruger, Pam Krause, Lisa Spiegel, Martha Sweezy, Art Mones, Ann Synko and many more among the interviewees.
Among the topics in this Talks:
- From Reactive to Self-Led Parenting (Paul Neustadt)
- IFS as a Metamodel of Therapy (Art Mones)
- The Role of Legacy Burdens on Anxiety, Depression and Shame (Ann Synko)
- Shame and Guilt as central for IFS work (Martha Sweezy)
- Bringing IFS to Children and Parents (Lisa Spiegel)
- IFS with Children and Adolescents (Pam Krause)
- IFS on Addictions and Eating Disorders (Mary Kruger)
- Embodying the Internal Family (Susan McConnell)
- Bringing IFS to Extreme Parts (Cece Sykes)